Democracy Now! Wednesday, May 28, 2003
Howard Zinn and Arundhati Roy: A Conversation Between Two Leading Social Critics
Producer Democracy Now!Audio/Visual sound, color
“One of the reasons for the acceptance of the war by so many Americans…is that the American population has had concealed from it the human consequences of what we’ve been doing.”
Supreme Court Refuses to Hear an Appeal on the Hundreds of Secret Deportation Hearings for Immigrants Detained After September 11th
The decision is a victory for the Bush administration over freedom of the press. It was New Jersey newspapers that challenged the secret hearings.
Arcata City Council Criminalizes Compliance with USA Patriot Act
Over 100 cities have passed resolutions condemning the Patriot Act, but a small city in California has taken it a step further.
Government Investigates Allegations of Abuse in Two Immigration Facilities
Detained in the USA: Behind the INS Curtain, Democracy Now!’s Noah Reibel airs the voices of detainees and their familes at detention centers.
"Having invaded Iraq, Bush and his Hawks are Now Getting Ready to go for Regime Change in Tehran"
First it was Iraq, now Iran. We speak with Middle East expert Dilip Hiro as Washington sets its sights on the second member of the so-called axis-of-evil.
Financial Times: The Bush Administration Planned to Invade Iraq as Early as December
White House officials told the American people up until March that the president had not decided to use military force against Iraq and would only consider it as a last resort.
You Back the Attack, We'll Bomb Who We Want! - A Collection of Remixed War Posters
Army Ranger-turned cartoonist, Micah Ian Wright, puts a new spin on old war posters as he takes on the media and military propaganda.